In this short test I'm putting the Canon 6D up against a 5DMKii to view differences in moire and aliasing.
Many HDSLR shooters got excited by the announcement of the 6D, assuming it to be a decent alternative to the 5Dmkiii.
However... it appeared that the 6D suffered similar moire and aliasing problems to the 5Dmkii.
I've been playing with the 6D for a month or so now and admit there are noticeable artifacts that make the camera less than awesome for shooting video. But... these problems are greatly reduced when shooting with a picture style that compensates for the problem.
In the test I flip between the Cinestyle picture style, Neutral and Standard.
Read about the Cinestyle preset here:
So the 6D is not quite a 5Dmkiii, nor is there a giant leap in video quality between the mkii and the 6D.
The ISO range is a game changer though.
It's still a perfectly useable camera for video but less than perfect for perfectionists ;)
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